Skip to comments.Woman Jumps on School Bus, Beats Students: Cops
Posted on 09/08/2011 1:58:56 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
A Broward woman is accused of taking her big sister responsibilities a little too far after hopping on a school bus and attacking students who were allegedly heckling her little sister, Broward Sheriff's Office said.
Cynthia Haynes, 23, was arrested Wednesday and charged with two counts cruelty toward child abuse and burglary for the attack, an arrest report stated.
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I clicked on the link and viola!
I was NOT surprised by the picture.
Damn Democrat voters.
cruelty toward child abuse ???
Let me guess.
This is one of those, “you dissed my little sista beotch, you goin to die now” incidents.
“You want a piece of me?” cried Harry the little leper boy.
that’s a MAN baby!
One of Holder’s People....therefore, anything she does is justified. We OWE her, and her sister, her momma, her daddy (er....), and so on....
That's okay .. I was born and raised in Broward but .. I got smart and moved away! 8)
Good for her.
I wish someone had risked jail defending me when I was in school.
Maybe if a few more parents/siblings issued beat-downs, the little bullying bastards would think twice before torturing another kid on a bus.
Anyone who thinks school buses are safe is a fool.
We have so much bullying today, because there are so few real men left who are willing to protect their families.
When my brother was 6, a bully in the neighborhood cornered by brother and took a lighter and burned his thumb. The next day, my older brother, who was 16, quietly found the little thug and took care of the problem and threatened to kill him if so much as even spoke to my younger brother and me.
My younger brother and I never had any problems with bullying either in school or in the neighborhood. Word gets around.
Here's another story:
My older brother used to help my uncle with his green houses and florist business. My brother was selling flowers at the entrance to the elevated train station. He was about 13. Two homosexuals started harrassing him. When my uncle learned about it, he and another uncle had a quiet and private talk with these guys. They never were seen in the neighborhood again.
One more story:
Drug dealers started selling drugs in my older brother's neighborhood. He and another neighbor had a quiet and very polite talk with the dealers. They pointed out those roof tops where snippers could easily take aim. They reminded the dealers that the police might not be all that speedy in tracking down someone who might get it their mind to take a shot at them, and that, maybe, the dealer could find a safer place to run their business. The next day the drug dealers were gone and never came back.
(is this -> /sarc <- what I'm supposed to use?)
I have to agree. Good on her.
But, I didn't see anything in the article that explained the "burglary" charge...
They over-charge to get a plea-bargain faster.
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